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    Unidentified Nepenthes

    Here are some photos of my Nepenthes, which is currently unidentified, if anyone knows what species it is?

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    Welcome to terraforums! I think you've already gotten some good answers to the bottom most plant in your other thread.

    The middle redish pitcher is N. x ventrata (a hybrid between N. ventricosa and N. alata).

    I also moved this to the Identify that Plant! forum.

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    I'm now very good at IDing plants, but the red one looks like the ventaras Ive scene.

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    Um...It's all the SAME plant. Which is what's confusing me!!!! Every photo is of the one plant. The reddish pithcer is a new one, and they turn green when they age, until they just have a reddish brown tinge in some places caused by the pigmentation!
    So far I've had an expert opinion of it being a N.Tentaculata, but I don't know if that's right, becaus ehe didn't see a photo, I've thought it could be N.Alata, but really not sure, and some, only some of it's pithcers look like N.Ventrata. Help, is there any key distinguishing features?

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    Oh, and also opinions of it being; N.Ventricosa, N.'Judith Finn' and N.Sanguiana...Oh dear...

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    ventrata or ventrata x alata. That is no tentaculata, sanguinea, or judith finn. I've grown them all (except tentaculata), but your plant doesn't look anything like any of those.
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    THANKYOU! A definite answer. I will go research those two and check. Thankyou so much!

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    n x ventrata
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